No one knows why these returnees from Kuwait were acting mad at the airport

No one knows why these returnees from Kuwait were acting mad at the airport

- A trending video shows a lady acting out of control at the Kotoka Airport

- Social media commentary says the lady is a Ghanaian returnee from Kuwait who has gone "mad"

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YEN has come across a trending video on social media that was reportedly taken at the Kotoka International Airport.

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In the video, a lady, who has been said is Ghanaian, is seen behaving erratically and out of control.

One of the women (pictured in red) acting out of control

One of the women (pictured in red) acting out of control

Concerns are being raised about the health status of four Ghanaian women who recently returned from Kuwait.

A video posted on social media showing the one of the women screaming and kicking while running frantically around the airport while being chased by another one has since gone viral.

They are then seized by airport security at the Kotoka International Airport in Accra.

Airport Security escorted the lady out

Airport Security escorted the lady out

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It is believed that they have developed amnesia - a condition that causes one to lose their memory.

Kuwait is among a list of Gulf countries where many young Ghanaian youth have travelled to in search of work and opportunity.

Many are lured by the promised lucrative salary and working conditions which turns out to be the very opposite upon arrival.

The government has been struggling to deter Ghanaians from going to these countries in the first place, and then to provide consular services when they arrive.

However, this has been difficult because of the youth unemployment situation in the country and the seizure of passports by Gulf family hosts upon arrival of these young people.

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